Summit Ice will close on March 24, marking the end of its inaugural season. Throughout the season, over 13,300 patrons visited and skated at Summit Ice and participated in its offered activities and classes.
from LS Parks and Recreation
“Summit Ice had a very successful inaugural season,” Joe Snook, LSPR Administrator, said. “It was complete with the Stanley Cup experience at the end of February. After closing, staff will immediately begin work on transforming the ice rink into pickleball courts.”
In addition to open skate hours, Summit Ice invited patrons to 29 events and classes throughout its season. Some of these offerings include:
6 pond hockey tournaments
12 learn to skate classes
5 learn to play hockey classes
Stanley Cup appearance (2 nights)
Halloween “Spooky” Skate
3 Skate with Santa events
27 birthday parties booked
With 150 operating days, LSPR is pleased with the success of Summit Ice’s first season and looks forward to the 2019-2020 opening day.